The new M2 iPad Pro appears to have the same display and camera hardware as the previous-generation “iPad Pro” due in April 2021, even though it’s been released more than a year since the last model.
Starting with the 12.9-inch iPad Pro, the new sixth-generation models include the exact same display hardware as last year’s models, according to a comparison table on Apple’s website. Both models feature a Liquid Retina XDR display with 2732 x 2048 resolution at 264ppi (pixels per inch), support for ProMotion, True Tone, wide color gamut, and more.
The only notable difference between the two models is the addition of hover support to the Apple Pencil, a new feature on the M2 iPad Pro.
As for the 11-inch iPad Pro, the iPad still doesn’t have a mini-LED display like the 12.9-inch model. Instead, like last year’s model, the fourth-generation 11-inch iPad Pro with the M2 features a Liquid Retina display with a resolution of 2388 x 1668, 264ppi, ProMotion, Wide Color Gamut, and True Tone. The new model supports the same 600 nits of peak brightness as the 2021 model.
There also appears to be no hardware changes for the 11-inch and 12.9-inch size cameras. Both models feature a 12MP wide-angle camera with an ƒ/1.8 aperture and a 10MP ultra-wide-angle camera with an ƒ/2.4 aperture. However, the new model does support ProRes video recording at up to 4k at 60fps, something that wasn’t possible before on the iPad Pro, although this upgrade is likely due to the increased capabilities of the M2 chip rather than changes to the camera hardware.
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